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  • Spokane: SYSA plans for sports complex at 37th and Glenrose needs project permits, faces neighborhood concerns
    The 20 vacant acres on the southeast corner of 37th Avenue and Glenrose Road are under new ownership, but a sports complex is still planned for the site. Source: SYSA plans for sports complex at 37th and Glenrose needs project permits, faces neighborhood concerns Advertisements
  • Sounders, Washington Youth Soccer lent support, so why did U.S. Soccer nix Byer’s youth pilot program?
    Tom Byer, known for instilling technical skills among youth, had the plug pulled on his U.S. Soccer pilot program before it even got off the ground. He explains his side of the story on the Planet Fútbol Podcast. Source: Why did U.S. Soccer nix Byer’s youth pilot program? Byer was asked on the podcast whether... Continue Reading →
  • VIDEO BUZZ: Get up to speed on Cascadia and CONIFA ahead of World Cup
    We’re bringing the CONIFA World Football Cup to London this month. The what? Exactly. We sent Paddy around the world to learn more about the nations competing. This week, it’s Cascadia in north-west North America.
  • Pasco ready for another shot
    The Pasco soccer team is on a 10-game win streak heading into the 4A state semifinals. The Bulldogs play Eastmont in the state semifinals. Source: They fell just short of a title last year. Pasco ready for another shot
  • James Riley: From MLS to the CONIFA World Football Cup with Cascadia
    At age 35, James Riley—who played with seven different MLS clubs over an expansive, decade-long career—is readying for his first international tournament this summer, though not the one for which the soccer world’s been preparing. Source: James Riley: From MLS to the CONIFA World Football Cup with Cascadia
  • AT STATE: Semifinals kick off Friday (all brackets)
      The WIAA 2018 Spring Soccer Championships kick off Friday May 25 with semi-final action in the South Sound (Sumner, Puyallup.) In 1A Overlake and Wahluke are poised for a rematch of last year’s final (won by Overlake.) Seattle Academy and Royal hope to stop that from happening. In 2A there are no returnees from... Continue Reading →
  • NPSL Update: Northwest Conference opens with tight matches, table
    The five clubs in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) Northwest Conference are getting their feet wet with early season matches. So far (thank you, Wikipedia) FCM Portland and the Kitsap Pumas are topping the division. OSA FC/Pac NW are third. The Spokane Shadow have two heart-breaking draws and PDX FC are winless after two... Continue Reading →
  • Division leaders emerge after first month of play in EPLWA
    The Evergreen Premier League is through its first month of play as the upcoming Memorial Day Weekend is dark for the regional elite adult men’s soccer league. It’s a good time to assess the new divisional standings and races as well as take a peek at the wild card chase. EPLWA Online: Website / Facebook... Continue Reading →
  • Lacey FC takes the lead in WWPL
    The Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) is through its first month ever of play and the Lacey Pocket Gophers stand on top of the table. The league’s results page shows that many of the matches have been close affairs. A couple have been blow outs. The Gophers are unbeaten after four matches and with a +9... Continue Reading →
  • Reign hopes Dashed in Houston
    (Seattle – May 23, 2018) – Playing a mid-week game in the Texas heat, Seattle Reign FC dropped a 2-1 decision on the road to the Houston Dash. Veronica Latsko scored the match-winning goal for Houston in the 92nd minute after entering off the bench at halftime. Things got going quickly for Seattle’s attack, as... Continue Reading →
  • Short-handed Sounders looking for short-term fixes
    SEATTLE — Part of the offseason construction of this Sounders roster involved knowledge that they would be short-handed from late May through June because of the upcoming FIFA World Cup. Source: Short-handed Sounders looking for short-term fixes
  • Washington Adds Eight to 2018 Squad
    SEATTLE – Washington Men’s Soccer Head Coach Jamie Clark announced the addition of eight new players for the 2018 season including seven incoming freshmen and one NCAA Division I transfer.  The class feature five local players from the Sounders and Crossfire US Soccer Development Academy (USSDA) teams. Source: Washington Adds Eight to 2018 Squad
  • EWU Eagles announce 2018 soccer schedule
    The Eagles racked up a program-best 16-6-1 overall record with a 7-1-1 mark in conference play a year ago to win their first regular season championship title since 2004. Source: Eagles announce 2018 soccer schedule
  • Sounders Women open Friday, May 25th at Starfire in a double header evening
    The Sounders Women team has #RELOADED with returning players and new top college players as they head into the 2018 WPSL season. The THUSC Diamonds come into town with a young roster looking to take their first points in history over the Sounders Women. With a new head coach in Scott Ford, the Sounders Women... Continue Reading →
  • PDL Update: Sounders U23 win at Lane United to start season, open home schedule Friday night
    EUGENE, OR— (Sounders U23 release) The Sounders U23 team traveled to Lane United on May 20th to play the opening away game to start the young 2018 PDL season. The men in green won 3-1 with a second half barrage of goals to take the three points. Around the PDL NW: The Timbers U23 got... Continue Reading →
  • NPSL Update: Pumas, Shadow battle to a draw
    BREMERTON, WA— (Pumas release) Alvaro Rubio converted a penalty kick in the 84th minute, sparing the blushes of the Kitsap Pumas in their home opener in a 2-2 draw against Spokane SC Shadow on Sunday afternoon at Gordon Field. In other weekend NPSL action, OSA FC / PacNW rallied from 4 goals down on Saturday... Continue Reading →
  • Columbia River soccer ends Archbishop Murphy’s 3-year title reign
    Jack Kolosvary didn’t need many words to explain how significant the win was for the Columbia River boys soccer team. Source: Columbia River soccer ends Archbishop Murphy’s 3-year title reign “I have goosebumps,” he said. “I’m just so proud of our resiliency, our effort, our heart.” Not since 2014 has a team other than Archbishop... Continue Reading →
  • Pocket Gophers Charge To 4-1 Victory Over Twin City Union
    The Lacey Pocket Gophers sealed their third straight victory, continuing their undefeated season in the Western Washington Premiere League with a 4-1 win over Twin City Union. Source: Pocket Gophers Charge To 4-1 Victory Over Twin City Union
  • Wild home debut as Lions fall to Shadow 4-3 before 873 fans
    KENNEWICK, WA— It was a high-scoring back and forth affair for Tri-Cities Alliance (2-1-0) as they made their home debut at Lampson Stadium in an eventual 4-3 loss to the Spokane Shadow (2-1-0.) The match drew 873 fans, one of the largest crowds in Evergreen Premier League history. Source: Wild home debut as Lions fall... Continue Reading →
  • Reno extends unbeaten streak in draw with S2
    RENO, Nev. – Hosts Reno 1868 FC took a second half lead behind a Jerry van Ewijk goal at the hour mark but an equalizer from David Estrada helped Seattle Sounders FC 2 secure a road point with a 1-1 draw in front of 5,759 at Greater Nevada Field on Saturday. Source: Reno Extends Unbeaten Streak... Continue Reading →
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